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a nasty cold wind
cheap and nasty red wine
She said some very nasty things about him.
a nasty look
I've got a nasty feeling about buying this car.
Drivers have a nasty habit of cutting this corner.
These schemes have a nasty habit of becoming too complicated.
It was only a small betrayal, but it left a nasty taste.
It was a nasty business firing those men.
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